So it’s back to chicken. I think I cook chicken so much simply because the regular store bought chicken takes way less time to cook as opposed to the Nigerian chicken, which takes forever and a day to get soft!
Anyway, I had some chicken wings in the freezer and decided to get rid of them once and for all. It then took me back about a year ago, when a friend showed me a video text of some lady singing the above song! For directions & more, keep reading!
I am retiring from eating chicken, I’ve been eating chicken like they were getting extinct or something. I don’t know what it is with black folk and chicken, for real mehn!
I decided to make meat stew with an array/assortment of meats. For directions & more, keep reading!
Beans are something I don’t eat too often, I do eat it more so in moi-moi (steamed bean cake). I don’t really eat akara either (fried bean cake). After a long beans hiatus, I decided to revisit it today. I made my version of ewa aganyin (beans w/ fried pepper sauce).
I guess the difference between regular beans and ewa aganyin is simply in the softness of the beans; regular beans can be soft but not too soft and ewa aganyin has to be soft to the point of being mushy. For directions & more, keep reading!
This would be a typical Nigerian breakfast. For directions & more, keep reading!
Had a little extra time on my hands this morning, so I made some breakfast. For directions & more, keep reading!